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City of Dawn ♦ Kat Ross | Review

City of Dawn (Nightmarked, #4) ♦ Kat Ross | Review I am honored to have received and read this fourth and final volume in the Nightmarked series as an ARC.And damn, Kat Ross did it again and created another deliciously twisty and unexpected ending to one of her amazingly detailed worlds. Post Views: 190

The Foxglove King ♦ Hannah Whitten | Review

The Foxglove King (The Nightshade Crown, #1) ♦ Hannah Whitten | Review With The Foxglove King, Hannah Whitten heralds her brand-new trilogy The Nightshade Crown. This first volume features necromancy power, royal intrigues at every corner, an impending magical threat, and a love triangle in between. I really enjoyed reading The Foxglove King, but I wouldn’t necessarily call it one of my all-time favorite books. Post Views: 396

Nevernight ♦ Jay Kristoff | Review

Nevernight - Review

Nevernight ♦ Jay Kristoff | Review Nevernight is a dark high fantasy book for adults. Despite the fact that many readers would classify the book as a New Adult I have to disagree. The fact that a lot of blood is spilled and violence prevails in this book makes it an Adult book for me. Post Views: 587

A Tale of Blood and Darkness ♦ Jay Kristoff | Rezension

A Tale of Blood and Darnkness - Rezension

A Tale of Blood and Darkness ♦ Jay Kristoff | Rezension Mit A Tale of Blood and Darkness beginnt die neue epische Fantasy – Reihe Das Reich der Vampire aus der Feder von Jay Kristoff. Hast du das Buch gelesen, dann wirst du den folgenden Worten sehr wahrscheinlich zustimmen. Hast du es noch vor dir, dann nehme dir meine Worte zu Herzen.Für diesen Wälzer, mit über 1.000 Seiten, solltest du deine wirkliche Welt anhalten, bevor du den Fantasy – Zug …

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Emporium of Superstition ♦ Anthology | Review

Emporium of Superstition - Rezension

Emporium of Superstition ♦ Anthology | RezensionAre you a fan of mythological stories with a whiff of horror, fantasy and paranormal beings? Then you should read this anthology.Twelve talented young female writers will abduct you into amazingly written short stories, also known as old wives‘ tales. Post Views: 1.088

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